William IV, Groat, 1836, Extremely Fine.

A few months ago, we offered these wonderful William IV Groats in Uncirculated condition, unfortunately they quickly sold out, so we’re pleased to offer you a selection of less expensive ones in appealing “Extremely Fine” grade. Get in quickly, coins of William IV are very popular as it was only a short reign (1830-1837) and Groats were only struck in 1836 and 1837.
Availability: In stock
SKU: RCC0779
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